The CAP report provides the Item Opt-in file with all SKUs that are eligible for a competitive price adjustment. If a SKU is not in this report, it is not eligible. If there are no SKUs and report is empty, then none of your items are eligible for price adjustment.
If the price displayed and charged to the customer is lower than the price submitted by the Seller for the item, the Seller receives the same payment for the item as if the item’s price was not adjusted.
For example, Seller sets the price of its eligible item at $50, with $5 shipping. The price displayed to the customer is $48 with $5 shipping, and the customer is charged $48, with $5 shipping. Seller receives payment for the sale as if the price charged and paid was $50 and $5 shipping.
Retrieves a copy of the CAP Item Opt-in file that helps Sellers to get information about all SKUs eligible for Competitive price adjustments.
To get the CAP Report, call GET /v3/getReport and specify
cpa for the
type query parameter.
What’s in the report CSV file?
The .csv file returned in the API response contains this information:
|Partner ID||Partner ID on Walmart.com||Walmart|
|SKU||An arbitrary alphanumeric unique ID, assigned by the Seller to each item in the XSD.||Seller|
|SKU OPT IN||The opt in status for the SKU||Seller|
|PRODUCT NAME||The product name on Walmart.com||Walmart|
|CURRENCY||The currency associated with price and shipment. (e.g., USD for US Dollars)||Seller|
|PRICE||The item’s current price||Seller|
|SHIP PRICE||The shipping price of the specified item||Seller|